Juventus revamp their squad and look to Sebastian Giovinco as they try to get back on track against Chievo.
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The Bianconeri are still top of the Serie A table, but their winning streak has hit problems recently with a Coppa Italia exit to Roma and 2-2 draw with Verona.
Antonio Conte was so furious at his side for throwing away that 2-0 lead against Hellas that he cancelled their day off this week.
With the Europa League coming up on Thursday, the Coach rests several star players and gives Giovinco a rare start alongside Fernando Llorente.
Some changes are forced upon him, as Giorgio Chiellini, Andrea Barzagli, Mirko Vucinic and Simone Pepe are all injured.
Martin Caceres and Angelo Ogbonna come in for a completely revamped defence. Daniel Osvaldo is on the bench after suffering from flu this week.
Conte hopes he’ll be able to celebrate a win on his 100th Serie A game as Juventus Coach.
Chievo have never won in Turin with three draws and seven defeats. They and are struggling to break away from the relegation zone, but Coach Eugenio Corini is a former Juve player.
Bostjan Cesar is suspended, while Dario Dainelli and Luca Rigoni are sidelined. Michael Agazzi gets his Chievo debut in goal after a January transfer from Cagliari.
The Flying Donkeys are still furious after their defeat to Juventus earlier this season, when Alberto Paloschi had a good goal disallowed in the final minutes.
Juventus: Buffon; Caceres, Bonucci, Ogbonna; Lichtsteiner, Vidal, Pirlo, Marchisio, Asamoah; Llorente, Giovinco
Juventus bench: Storari, Rubinho, Isla, Peluso, Padoin, Pogba, Tevez, Osvaldo, Quagliarella
Chievo: Agazzi; Frey, Canini, Bernardini; Sardo, Guana, Radovanovic, Hetemaj, Drame; Stoian, Thereau
Chievo bench: Puggioni, Squizzi, Claiton, Kupisz, Lazarevic, Bentivoglio, Obinna, Mbaye, Pellissier, Rubin, Paloschi
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